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If you want good neighbors, you’ll first have to become one yourself. Master these 6 simple techniques, and even you (yes, you!) can win the approval of your entire neighborhood.

  1. Good neighbors bring Biting’s (Mandazis, Samosas, yams ,boiled maize)

Whether you’re new in town or haven’t kept in touch, a delivery of freshly baked goods is a perfect way to break the ice and let neighbors know that you’re thinking of them.

Don’t wait for Christmas /Thanks giving/Easter holidays season to bring them over!

  1. Good neighbors rarely gossip

If your neighbor seems to know the dirt on everyone within a two-block radius, you can count on them to keep tabs on your personal life as well.

 The next time Nosy Nathan gleefully describes the contents of the Njoroges ’s trash again, move the conversation along by refocusing the conversation on her. “So, what are you growing in your garden this year?”You aren’t in high school anymore, so cherish relationships with your neighbors and avoid the neighborhood gossips and gossipers


Our interview of top real estate agents revealed that the highest performers in real estate all have critical habits in common. While some markets are more profitable than others, anyone who’s succeeding in real estate is likely using some of these tips to push their careers forward.

Here are the four top ways top real estate agents are earning more.

1 Top real estate agents stay updated on best practices

You’ve got to keep up with the trends if you want to make the most of the Money. Our survey indicated that real estate agents who identify as experts on best practices earn more than double those who got a failing grade.Below are some of the best pratices

Most website owners have no idea where to begin to discover ways to generate trouble-free traffic to their website. In fact when first starting out it might seem like a huge mystery and an impossible task to build a devoted audience because enough visitors aren’t finding your site.

We talked to Joan Kubusa, a Web designer and social media consultant who shared his expertise on the matter when we had a meeting in her office at the Mirage office building  space in  Westlands.

‘Unfortunately many new bloggers or website owners have big ideas when they first launch their site on the web” Says Joan. “They expect huge things to happen almost immediately and they end up severely disappointed when their website ultimately seems like a virtual ghost town.” adds Joan.

How do you correct the situation? How do you begin generating regular targeted traffic filled with people that actually want to read, hear or watch what you have to say?

Whether you’re new to the social media or looking to increase the quality of responses and engagement to your current feeds, it helps to have a strategy to outline content goals and guide your posts on each channel.

We had a one on one interview with Mr Eric Mwanzia ,who is Media & online Strategist and Founder of Casa premier, Real estate firm  based in Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya.

“Your strategy may shift and develop over time but at its core should remain steady and stay in line with your overall business objectives.” Advices Eric Mwanzia.

The key is to cater to the following:

  • Brand
  • Your audience
  • Your goals
  • Your habits

“Social channels dedicated to your business need to represent your brand and we don’t just mean the logo and color. This plays into the actual content you share, the tone of your posts and the goals you’re trying to achieve.”  Eric Mwanzia Advises

In the simplest terms, search engine optimization (SEO) is about making sure that people can find your website when they search for your business or something related to it.

We had a chance of taking to John Wachira who is a Trainer and Online expert with Tech Technologies, a Firm in Westland’s that create Web site, does Social Media marketing, e.t.c

 SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION (S.E.O) is a methodology of strategies, techniques and tactics used to increase the amount of visitors to a website by obtaining a high-ranking placement in the search results page of a search engine (SERP) — including Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search engines